Stevie English Hair Trend: The Quiff :

Let me introduce you to the modern Quiff not to be mis-named the Quaff   That’s for enjoying a bevie or two ;) Meet the Quiff, the new hair trend being sported by many a celeb.  It’s a bit 50’s, a lot rockabilly but has a very HOT RIGHT NOW. Look at English lovely Carey Mulligan.  Her take on the Quiff is modern but also soft and a bit romantic, which is worn with a ponytail. Very on-trend.

Gwen Stefani would have to be the Queen of the Quiff wearing her platinum blonde hair with tousle and texture.

And how bout local beauty Cate Blanchett? Her quiff is elegant and high fashion. #WINNING!

With many ways of wearing the Quiff it can suit most anyone because it’s a clean style that opens up the face. It can particularly look good on people with a more rounded face as it adds height.

To get the look:

1.  Start by using  O&M Rootalicious through the roots of your hair. This will create an invisible base that will help lift the hair and support your quiff, and then douse the hair in O&M Atonic  to add body this will create the perfect combination of light weight products for hold and stability.

2.Now using the GHD gold mini styler to create curls and waves through the front of the head to create volume and texture.

3. Tease the roots slightly then run your hands through your curls which will create texture

4. Use hair pins to secure the quiff in place and finish with a spray of O&M Original Queenie  to keep any flyaway hairs in place.

The Quiff is not just for the red carpet. Wear your quiff as an alternative to more structured up-dos, say to a wedding or cocktail party or a textured relaxed Quiff would be great for weekend outings.

Where would you wear the Quiff?

 

 

Stevie